Farm Aid 2012 Concert and Ticket Info
September 22, 2012
Hershey Park Stadium, Hershey, Pa
The longest running benefit concert in the US is the annual Farm Aid concert put on by Willie Nelson, Neil Young, Dave Matthews and John Mellencamp. This year they bring the concert to Pennsylvania and Hershey Park Stadium for a Saturday, September 22, 2012 concert. With their simple goal of keeping family farmers on their land and promoting awareness of the Good Food Movement.
This years line up will feature not only Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, Neil Young and Dave Matthews with Tim Reynolds but alos Jack Johnson, ALO, Pegi Young & The Survivors and Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real.
To purchase your Farm Aid 2012 tickets, just click on view tickets in the ticket box below. Be sure to use the handy venue map located in the top right corner of the ticket results page to help you choose the best seats for the best price. You can also see all of the events at Hershey Park Stadium this year by clicking on that link
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This is the 26th Farm Aid concert which began in 1985 in Champagne, Illinois, inspired by the success of Live Aid. Since that time it has grown into an organization that represents the needs of farmers and ranchers with a means for gathering information, educating the public and getting their voices heard including testifying before Congress.
Concerts have been held in one for or another all across the country including Texas and the farm belt states as well as Washington State, South Carolina, Massachusetts, New York City, New Jersey, Ohio and Virginia, wherever there are the family farmers can be found. One year Willie Nelson took Farm Aid on the road and did about 16 concerts to raise awareness. They have come to the aid of victims of floods, drought, blizzards, tornadoes, late frosts,
A special feature of the Farm Aid concert that grows in size and scope each year, is The HOMEGROWN Village that is set up outside the venue, that features home grown organic foods, as well as hands-on interactive demonstrations about sustainable family-farm practices, like seed saving, aquaculture, composting, beekeeping, renewable energy and urban agriculture practices.